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LIVE from London for International Clash Day

Each year on February 7th, music lovers all over the world observe International Clash Day, an annual celebration of seminal UK punk band the Clash, and a recognition of the enduring influence of their music and human rights message.

This year, KEXP traveled to London for a 4-day live broadcast and online event, featuring live performances, exclusive interviews, with a special focus on music and message in The Clash’s landmark album London Calling, which celebrates its 40th year in 2019. Watch some of our London sessions from Studio 9294 below.

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The Seattle rapper shares how his experiences traveling impacted him personally and artistically.

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Funkmaster extraordinaire George Clinton reflects on his impending retirement

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David Bazan discusses his project's homecoming LP 'Phoenix'

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